Montana State University–Bozeman
Dept. of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies
2-155 Wilson Hall
P.O. Box 172320
Bozeman, MT 59717-3440
Environmental History; History of Science, Technology and Society; and History of the American West and Montana
The doctoral program emphasizes the history of the American West, the history of science and technology, comparative environmental history, and public history.
Special Programs or Resources
The Department has several paid internships in Yellowstone National Park. The Department is extremely active in building new programs that link the history of science, the history of technology, environmental history, and the history of the American West.
There are university-wide fellowships as well as a limited number of departmental fellowships for doctoral students. Students often have the opportunity to work with faculty as research assistants.
M.A. plus 25 credits of course work and 18 credits of supervised dissertation research and writing.
Information from Department of Education
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Information from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
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Student Demographics (Fall 2011):
Number of Doctoral Students in Program: 10
New Doctoral Students Entering Program: 0
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First PhD conferred: Not reported
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Last Updated: October 19, 2012